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fall up heroes as community mourns two fire fighters kill in the line of duty. also ahead man accused of murdering five people at a mall is under arrest after a day on the run, how police were able to find the suspect and take him into custody. sunnies shining bright, chilly but pleasant start to the day, if you want to have umbrellas close by rain is making a come back this week. today is sunday september 25th, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. the lets turn it over to justin drabick. were you saying earlier this is chilliest start we have had, right. >> we have to go back to early june, down to 53 for the low in philadelphia and 40's in
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the suburbs. >> wow. >> we are moving deeper in the fall season so every week we could be saying that, the coolest temperature of the season. >> yeah, yeah. >> this saturday kicking it off. nice finish to september, beautiful day to day with sunshine, comfortable temperatures if you like fall weather, love to take, great football weather too planning to head to the eagles game in problems there weather should not impact the game as well. a lot of sunshine. the pretty much full sunshine. tough to find clouds in the skies this morning live look at center city, up to 55 now. sun starting to warm things up, and they will happen rapidly over next few hours. north breeze at 8 miles an hour and upper 40's in allentown and mount pocono. the mount pocono down to the upper 30's earlier this morning. the low to mid 50's a cross south jersey and delaware. but still in the suburbs chilly. pottstown, quakertown, mid to upper 40's at this hour. wind direction out of the north. that wind is coming from canada bringing cooler air in, that north wind continues for next 24 hours, we will have
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another chilly night tonight, same deal, 40's and 50's but no chance of rain today, nothing but sunshine, great news for that eagles game and kick off at 4:25, mostly sunny skies with the temperature right around 70 degrees by even of the game. we're talking about mid 60's. forecast high, couple degrees below average today, force time, we said that in a while, high of 72 for philadelphia 70 at the shore. sixty's in the poconos. the nice weather does change we are talking about rain, we will break it down in a few minutes, back to you. >> thanks, justin. wilmington community is mourning loss of the two fire fighters killed yesterday morning. they were killed yesterday. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live outside tear firehouse with the latest on the other fire fighters hurt, cherri, hello. >> reporter: good morning, rahel, yes, two of the four fire fighters injured yesterday, are in critical but stable condition, and getting treatment for burns. the other two have been released but you today was very sad, here at station six,
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take a look behind me, this is where fire fighters began arriving to work early this morning hugging each other and patting each other on the bag taking in the the reality that christopher leach and jerry fickes, two of their brothers are gone. aftermath of an early saturday morning fire, whiz began inside of a row home on lakeview road. a that is where lieutenant chris tore leach, a 14 year veteran and senior fire fighter jerry fickes, a 13 year veteran, for the through smoke, flames when the first floor and collapsed in the basement leaving them trapped. both men leave behind children and families, four other fire fighters were injured, two were in critical but stable condition, at crozer medical center as of last evening. the family that lived inside the home were able to escape without injuries and upon learning of the death of the fire fighters, were
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overwhelmed by grief. >> it is breaking her heart to know that they passed away in her house. >> reporter: the entire city put flags at half have staff, will mink ton fire chief anthony good says that the entire department, their families, and communities, are in mourning. >> prayers. this is very tragic, a tragic day for the will mink ton fire department to lose two individuals, two of our brothers. >> reporter: vice-president joe biden were among many that contact i am to offer comfort to the grieving fire department and families of the fallen fire fighters. no word yet on the cause of the fire, and federal and local officials, continue to investigate. live from wilmington, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherri, thank you. in the state of washington police arrested suspect in friday's shooting that killed five people. the authorities took the suspect in custody near his
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home without incident. brooks silva-braga has the story. >> reporter: police captured the suspect in friday night's mass shooting at a washington state mall. investigators say they apprehended arjon, early sat the day evening in oak harbor about 30 miles from the scene. >> i saw an individual walking, northbound on the sidewalk and i instantly recognized that is personally just viewed on my computer, and i did an abrupt u turn, hit my lights, pulled my gun and myself and reserve deputy eric rumbaum took the individual in to custody. >> possible shots fired, unknown number of victims, law enforcement advised. >> reporter: four women were shot dead in the make up area at macy's and a man died later. shopper fled in hidden changing rooms and other stores. >> it wasn't all at once it was more like a shot and two seconds later another shot. >> reporter: surveillance video shows the alleged shooter arriving at the mall unarmed, and then entering macy's ten minutes later with
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a hunting style rifle. victims ranged from a teenager to senior citizen. >> our community suffered a devastating loss of five treasured members of our community hoff done nothing more than what we all have done, on any given day,. >> reporter: fbi searched for the suspect. brooks silva-braga for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". baltimore police say three gunman opened fire into a crowd shooting eight people including a three-year old little girl. a all victims are expect to survive. it the happened last night around 8:30 outside a block of row homes. the suspect as was taken away. baltimore police commissioner kevin davis believed the shooting was an act of retaliation for labor day weekend shooting when a man was fatally shot and two women were hurt. police released video of the deadly encounter of an african-american man that triggered days of sometimes violent protest
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hundreds peacefully marched through charlotte streets to protest the shooting but as cbs news correspondent kenneth craig tells us video is raising more questions. dash cam shows officers surrounding the car yelling drop the gun. you hear a woman saying he doesn't have a gun. scott eventually gets out of the suv, as he backs away. you can continue to hear someone yell drop the gun, and then shots are fired. from another angle body camera video shows an officer pointing a gun at scott while the four three-year old stand outside his car. police chief kerr putany says ask the had a gun in his hand but that cannot be seen on the video. department also released a photograph of the gun, found at the scene and test revealed scott's dna and fingerprint on the weapon. police chief says officers were at the scene to arrest someone else but got involved with scott after they noticed him with marijuana and a gun. what we're releasing are the objective facts. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him.
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he has no weapon. >> reporter: scott's wife insists that her husband did not have a gun. family members say they were pleased the footage was finally released but they are not satisfied. >> we are left with far more questions, then we have answers and it does not make sense to us, how it is possible thins dent resulted in the loss of life. >> reporter: hundreds of protesters peacefully demonstrated for a fifth day on saturday. the city wide curfew remains in effect. kenneth craig for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". presidential, democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is postponing a trip to charlotte scheduled for today. joe wagner has more on what both candidates are doing ahead of the first presidential debate set for tomorrow night. >> reporter: hillary clinton pick up a major endorsement from the new york times sat the day. newspaper's editorial board hails clinton as one of the most tenacious politicians of her generation. times say trump discloses nothing concrete about himself
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or his plans while promising the moon. donald trump's former rival ted cruz is endorsing the republican nominee but says decision was agonizing. trum stepped away from debate preps saturday for a campaign rally in virginia. recent poll shows him trailing clinton by six points there. >> on november 8th we will win this state and we are going to win the white house, we're going to take it back. >> reporter: clinton is in new york preparing for long time aids, philip ryan is playing the rel of trum in mock debates. tim kaine says that his running mate is ready. >> rise to the the occasion and it will be a real contrast. >> reporter: jill wagner for cbs news, new york. again, clinton and trump will meet for their highly anticipated first debate tomorrow night at hofstra university, right here on cbs-3. bs3 anchor jessica dean is heading there for the first debate, starting tomorrow on
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"eyewitness news" at 5:00. hopping today 54th annual puerto rico day parade kicks off in philadelphia around noon. 1500 marchers will be performing along the parkway. mayor jim kenney will march in the the parade. north philadelphia native danny garcia will serve as parade grand marshall. 15,000 people are expect to attend, the puerto rican day parade. it should be fun. well, still to come it is eagles and steelers at the linc while carson wentz continues to roll role, this could be his first big test. hear what they have to saying abouting up against a quarterback known as big ben. and if you need some food to go with that game, how about some sweet korean style wings. we will take you to a philadelphia favorite you will want to check out but first here's justin. good morning everyone. great football weather today, full sunshine, comfortable temperatures, but sunshine will in the last, we will talk about workweek and several chances for rain comin
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eagles face steelers right here on cbs three, of course. steelers are led by quarterback ben rot less burgers who leads the nfl in touchdown passes through the first few games. steelers have antonio brown, who has more than 250 catches over the past two seasons and he is a tough player to cover. but eagles have given up zero touchdown passes so far this season. >> it could be huge, man. we have them here at home, which will help. i know crowd will be into it. that is what what he needy fence i havely. we need to play our game and play eagles ball and we should fine if we do that. >> don't forget we are your home for eagles football. kick off at 4:25 right here on cbs-3. before the the game we will
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get you set with toyota sunday kick off at 11:30. are you on the went wagon just yet? if not you can jump on board this afternoon. check this out this will be the at wip tailgate zone on the 11th street side of the wells fargo center just accredits from the linc. vittoria will be there. we have a day looking like in rain, sunny. weather will be nice. perfect for tailgaters. >> exactly. >> good for the players. >> i think so. weather should not affect the game the whole lot. if you are from pittsburgh the sun goes in late september and does in the come out until may. maybe that will confuse players a little bit. what is that. >> no. >> whatever it takes. >> it is. >> okay. great football weather, cool, and if you like it for late septa lot of people waiting on this fall weather, finally here, not going away anytime soon. we have comfortable temperatures. we will have rain in here but in the the today. live look at ocean city, it is not a bad beach day, but we have sunshine, just chilling out on the beach today, pretty comfortable.
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70 degrees. warm with that sun and wind are pretty much on the light side, ocean calming down a little bit. cold this morning, 40's in the suburbs, upper 30's in the mountains but officially at philadelphia international we got down to 53 degrees, that is coldest morning we have had since june 9th but record low is 35 degrees, for philadelphia, setback 1963. it could be cold they are time of the year. we don't have anything terribly cold in our forecast but reason for cool down this weekend is drop in the jet stream, taking a dip southward, so we have that rush of thort wind, coming from canada that is knocking temperatures in the lower 70's, mid 07's where we should this be time of the year. with you still a little bit of warmth for the u.s., and will arrive for middle of the week. the we are back up to near average temperatures. right now still chilly. allentown, berks county upper 40's, mid 50's, in philadelphia. there that is cold air, kind of locked into our north across new england. mid 40's albany, scranton with warmth to the southwest, slowly pushing eastward over the last couple of days.
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nice and quiet, storm scan three nothing but full sunshine, yet cloud around yesterday, because of the cold front and that has sagged south, where it is back in the clear conditions, and then as i mentioned the shore looks good next couple of days. a lot of sunshine. lower 70's today and tomorrow. watch out for rain returning on to tuesday, and then expect for first half of the day but clouds will stay tough throughout the entire day at the shore tuesday afternoon. high pressure is long, been over us, and it will do so, today, and tomorrow. but notice clouds, building in, from the west on monday afternoon ahead of the cold front bringing our next chance for rain. this is a good thing. we will get showers in here, it looks like after midnight monday, and into, early tuesday morning, so it is not a huge rain maker, quarter inch or so we will take it. we should see clearing skies from west to east tuesday afternoon, but comfortable today, look at the that, 50's to around 70 degrees for most locations early this afternoon, tonight another chilly night, keep those windows open, enjoying the refreshing air, mid 40's in
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the colder suburbs, and low to mid 50's, right around center city and then tomorrow, couple degrees warmer as that warm air tries to push back in. we will talk about low to mid 70's for the warmest spot. a very pleasant day to day. lots of sunshine. 72 degrees. and, it will arrive this time of the year. then tonight another cool night, clear skies, for the the city, 54, and like i said 40's coming in the outer suburbs. extended forecast, again, temperatures where they should be, low to mid 70's in the afternoon, we will see cloud increase during the day on monday, watch out for showers around, mainly tuesday morning, we are dry wednesday, wednesday is warmest day and then thursday and friday, each afternoon is a chance for scattered shower, rahel, back to you. >> right now 8:17. let check with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. apparently ben franklin parkway doing double duty today. >> yes, it is, rahel, doing double duty, along the parkway run going on from now until around noon time, this afternoon, and then it is shut down for. that we have a puerto rican
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day parade scheduled 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 this afternoon. so parkway is shut down between logan square and art hugh seem circle for those two events along spring garden street at top of the art museum circle and martin luther king drive between ben franklin parkway and falls bridge. we will have another event that is going on today, and you you can see runners here, what this is is global energy run, delaware avenue you shut down between washington avenue and frankford avenue, for this particular run. you can see it is busy. we will move traffic cam one more time to i-95, i-95 at broad street not too far from the wells fargo center, and the eagles game day, doing early morning tailgating. i-95 at broad looks okay with no delays or problems so far. that is the very latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans now you rahel back to you. >> our vittoria woodill was searching for food that is good for today's eagles game and she found tonight a restaurant that people cannot
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wait to get their paws on. the at this hot spot, it the is so good, nothing lesson your plate for a doggie bag. >> reporter: feeling for some goods, we are here at good dog to see what the bark is all about. >> it is tasty. great atmosphere. >> burgers, stuffed with cheese. one of the best things to eat. >> make you will salivate like a dog. >> drooling like a puppy. >> good dog bar in rittenhouse food and drink is like looking into big puffy dog eyes that has many taking their order to come sit and stay. >> and, good dog or bad dog. >> i don't know. >> don't worry all dogs are welcome here. >> best thing about it is we are a spot the for everybody, and anybody. >> who is the bark behind the bite this this dog house? meet jessica o'donnell who
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tells us that the bar got its name from a prize winning pooch, part of the owner's family. >> name itself came from a dog contest, my father's dog entered in new york, and good dog contest and his dog had won the contest. >> reporter: they keep a good dog photo contest going each year for their customers. >> these are all dogs that have been entered in the contest. >> let's say their food has no competition, each dish will have you begging for more like muscles, magic hat capers and more. >> you want to fill your dog bowl with. >> roasted chicken where skinnies crispy and stuffed with herbs and flavors. >> is there just something about it. it is just something to stick your face in it, why a fork and a knife. >> you will need to put the lesion. >> reporter: good dog burger stuffed with cheese and carmelized onions. >> there is a a sleeping dog
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in here. give me five minutes. >> sticky sweet korean style wings. >> if you are hungry as a hound you will be good dog full and happy. >> absolutely. >> coming up next charles osgood gets ready to say good bye to sunday morning. we will be
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katiejoey, ricky, eileen,hnny, me, and colleen...immy, all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess.
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imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate - working class roots and the mother of three, i'll put middle class families ahead of wall street. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead. news man and anchorman of cbs sunday morning charles osgood at the sunset on his storied television career at cbs news, lee cohen takes a look back. the here's a preview what you will see on cbs this sunday morning. >> reporter: charles osgood invited to us his picture post card home in the south of trans the one where the sun made a statement, and stunning
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mediterranean views. it is both generous, intimidating office. after all how do you sit across from your boss, let len news man anchor and ask him about a career that is lasted as long as you have been alive. do you remember the first piece you did for television. >> no. >> truth is, the conversation is easy. like he does with all conversations, even when he was correcting me on the art of writing. >> difference between a right word and wrong word. >> all of the word are wrong except for the right word. >> style, manners, his furiousty are as fresh as the grapes hanging in his garden. >> they have been here for a hundred years but they are good. >> yeah. >> just passing through. >> little has satisfied his professional pallet the more, then his emmy winning run at
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sunday morning. >> you can see a special cbs sunday morning celebrating one, only, charles osgood this morning at 9:00 a.m. right here on cbs-3. we want onto congratulate our colleagues winners a the last night's mid-atlantic m.a. ward in philadelphia "eyewitness news" anchor jim donovan won for specialty reporting, every year the national academy of television arts and sciences, celebrates journalist, both on and air and behind the scenes. former "eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter was honored with a 2016 board of governors award. that award recognizes, walt's long career in investigative reporting, pat gallen, you can see there he won for best sports anchor. we want company congratulate other winners, reporter greg argos and our promotions team. a lot of hard working people there. coming up next, meet a lifetime sugar addict who
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finally found a waste to lose 22-pound with the help of a powerful break through right here in philadelphia. and check out this enormous house, we are taking you on a dream drive that shows you what is built in the walls that attract thousands of visitors every year. and if you are like me you are easily cold, you will need a sweater if you are stepping out the door justin is back with the forecast with the rest of your does pat toomey speak for you? i also want to thank the nra for it's, uh, strong support for my campaign. pat toomey: he opposes an assault weapons ban and got an "a" rating from the nra. "i have had a perfect record with the nra." and on women's health? "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them."
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railroaded low i said was 35 for today so not enclose to that. we got down to 53. suburbs in the 40's this morning so it is chilly, throw the extra jacket honor throw hoodie on this morning even with the sunshine on right now. it is a good warm up this afternoon and we will have to shed, the jacket there. so make sure you have layers this morning heading outside. fifty-five in the airport. forty-eight still in allentown. low to mid 50's heading into central delaware and southern new jersey, and a few suburbs stuck in the upper 40's at doylestown and pottstown. but nice and quiet on storm scan three. nothing but full sunshine, even though it is late september sunnies pretty strong so it will feel warm once you get outside in the exposed sunshine. this morning, again clear, chilly 40's and 50's for temperatures as we head in the afternoon. generally 60's to lower 70's at best across the region and that is a few degree below average this time of the year. the great looking forecast today, if you are heading outside to do tailgating
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earlier, temperatures in the 60's before the game, kick off at 4:25, right around 70 in the sunshine but most of the day we will have air temperatures in the 60's because it is late game and getting darker early. seventy-two will do it for philadelphia, near 70 at the the shore, nice day along the coast, mountains are in good shape at 62 degrees. enjoy today. we will have rain for upcoming workweek and time it out in a few more minutes, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, justin. very sad news out of wilmington as community mourns loss of two fire fighters kill in the line of duty fighting a house fire. four other fire fighters were also hurt, cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live outside the firehouse with the the story, hi there, cherri. >> reporter: well, good morning, rahel. forty-one year-old christopher leach and 51 year-old jerry fickes made the ultimate sacrifice, yesterday while battling a house fire and this morning was a sad one for their comrades here at station six, as they came to work.
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we saw many hugs, paths on the back as they absorbed reality that two of their brothers are gone. take a look at the video of the aftermath of that early saturday morning fire. it began inside of that row home on lake view road. that is where lieutenant christopher leach a 14 year veteran and senior fire fighter jerry fickes, a 13 year veteran for the through smoke, flames, but the first floor weakened and collapsed into the basement, trapping both of the men. they died doing a job that they loved, leaving behind, children, and family. four other fire fighters were injured, two were in critical but stable condition at crozer medical center as of saturday evening, and the tamly that lived inside that home escaped without injury and, upon learning of the deaths of the fire fighters were overwhelmed by grief. the entire city, put flags at half staff, wilmington fire chief, anthony good says the
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entire department, their families and the community are in mourning. >> please keep us in your prayers, this is a very tragic take for wilmington fire department to lose two individuals, two of our brothers. >> reporter: vice-president joe biden, were among those that helped comfort the families of those fallen fire fighters in a vigil on saturday evening. no word just yet on the cause of that fire, and as federal and local officials continue to investigate. live from wilmington, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherri, thank you. staying in delaware now the youngest son of the former governor ruthh ann minner have been in a crash. five five-year old gary abrams was driving a tow truck right off the road and hit trees. it happened yesterday on bay road near million for. investigators say it appears neither alcohol or drugs were a factor. philadelphia police officer jesse hartnett was
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guest of honor at an event honoring veterans in cherry hill. cherry hill police benevolent association hosted its first pass to dinner for veterans. they gathered at american legion post 322, hartnett is a coastguard receipt van who was d on the job. hillary clinton and donald trump prepare for monday night's first presidential debate. clinton picks up a big endorsement. new york times threw its support behind the nominee. clinton's experience as secretary of state, makes her better qualified to shape u.s. foreign policy then trump. meanwhile republican nominee campaigned in virginia. and is threatening now to bring jennifer flowers to monday's debate. former president bill clinton admitted having a sexual relationship with flowers, decades ago. trump's taunt is in response to nba owner mark cuban's plan to sit in the trent row of the event in the invitation of the clinton campaign. owe has been a vocal critic of donald trump. clinton and trump will meet for their highly
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anticipated first debate tomorrow night at hofstra university. it starts at 9:00 right here on cbs-3. cbs-3 anchor jessica dean is heading to insuring for that debate. look for her live reports starting on "eyewitness news" at 5:00. cbs face the nation will be coming your way, later on this morning, at 10:30 on cbs-3. joining with us a preview live in washington is moderator and cbs news political director john dickerson. john, good morning. a big day tomorrow. big day tomorrow so we thought we would fit two shows into one. we will start with virginia senator tim kaine indiana governor mike pence. we will have both running mates talking about their candidates how they are preparing for their debate and how they see the race as it stand right the now. we will update the race as it stands now. new poll numbers from the 13 key states that will determine the election, where do things stan, what do we see inside of those states. then we will see an interview with house speaker paul ryan. we sat down with him friday to talk about politics, policy
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and what he is planning for, regardless of who the new president is, in the new year. we will also have a conversation with bernie sanders, he ran, of course, begins hillary clinton, part of his support cam from younger voters. they are much cooler about the democratic nominee. we will talk to him about why and what if anything can be done about that. we will also have a conversation with bob schieffer, and he knows about moderating debates, he has done three of them, we will talk about that process and what he is expecting on monday night, what we should pay attention to and what we should ignore. that will be the topic of our conversation with our political round table. we will talk about the week's events but also try to put this debate in a perspective. a lot of people will be watching. what do our reporters and analyst think they should be watching for. it the is a pack show. >> packed show, lot of guests and very interesting guests. the cant wait to much was, john, thank you. big day for eagles too, first major test forbidder. so how will quarterback carson went deal with the steelers dehe fence? here's leslie van arsdal with "eyewitness sports".
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well, today we will find out how good eagles are when they face steelers right here on cbs-3. both teams unbeaten but the steelers had in the won here, since 1965. carson wentz, and eagles offense will face a good pittsburgh defense, ranked 21st overall but steel's loud 101-yard on the ground. they will force carson and eagles to throw the ball hoping rookie will throw the pick something he has not done yet this season. number 11 says he is ready. >> we have changed up a lot of mixed coverages, both man and zone last few weeks and really steelers play zone, that is what they do and what they thrive on. they bring different pressure looks. we will be ready for it. we have good stuff drawn up. i have to be really smart with how i'm reading things. >> our decision making, timing, accuracy, we talk about this every day. in particular in the red zone where carson has to be on point. >> here's the line up, right here on cbs-3 at 11:30 we will
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get you ready with the game with toyota sunday kick off. at noon, nfl today filled by broncos at bengals and then at 4:00 to, the big game, steelers and the eagles live from the link, we will wrap up the action shortly after midnight in the hyundai sports zone. so are you on the wentz wagon? you can literally hop on board today at wip tailgate zone on the 11th street side of the wells fargo center right across from the link. vittoria woodill and wip fudge will be topping on the the wagon tailgating from one to four. that is all for sports i'm leslie van arsdal have a great day and go bird. >> let's go, team. also coming up on "eyewitness news" could it be secret to shedding pounds. >> meet a lifetime sugar addict who finally found a way to lose 22 pounds. >> i'm very surprised, i cannot believe it, i really can't believe it. >> reporter: no pills, no surgery, all it takes is your brain, and it is
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train your brain to not like sweets a computer program developed by researchers and it is helping people lose weight. health reporter stephanie stahl explains how it can shed bounds. >> emily says it is shock ago this she happily eats healthy thanks and is finally losing weight. >> i'm very surprised. i cannot believe it. i really can't believe it. >> she had been a sugar addict candy was her down fall always stashed someplace close by. >> do i remember this time my sisters found the bag of m and m's in my shoe box in my closet. >> reporter: emily said she was able to break the addiction with the variety of diets over years but nothing really worked until she volunteered to test the diet dash computer program. >> i don't know what happened but i'm telling you i have not had an m and m since may 1st when it started this study.
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i do not even want one. >> reporter: it is a brain training computer game designed to activate part of the brain that says, stop, instead of go, to certain foods. >> you think of it like a basic brain skill, that by processing something that is a little bit difficult repeatedly over and over again you get better. practicing it, to a picture of the food, translates to practicing it to the real food. >> reporter: evan dorman a psychologist at drexel university develop the computer program that that he is ten minutes a day for six weeks. the diet is in response to a series of pictures good and bad food, accepting or refusing. it changes, and gets faster overtime. as people get better at the game they should get better at resistance the temptation to eat unhealthy food in real life. >> very strange but it is great, wonderful. >> reporter: even though it is unclear how and why the program works, research shows it does, but maybe in the for everyone. emily has lost 22-pound, in
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three months. >> something in my brain had to change because i don't choose to eat those food anymore. >> reporter: drexel is looking for more volunteers to further test the diet dash program, and they eventually hope to be able to expand it to target a variety of, unhealthy foods. i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and still to come this morning, cooler temperatures this morning and rain is on the way for workweek, justin is tracking timing of those showers coming up and we will have this. my baby. >> oh, how cute, meet just one reason to vice it this dog friendly winery, meisha introduces us to the wine maker coming up i when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop... working for wall street. toomey's plan would risk social security on the stock market, lining bankers' pockets with fees from our benefits that... could total billions, even if the market crashes, and seniors lose everything.
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singer who has never had a hit before and then they had never had another hit after, so i was thinking about our favorite one hit wonders, this is mine. >> ♪ the >> oh, yeah. >> so, you have heard that before that is heard it all before by sunshine anderson. you you never her of that one. here's another one that is a little bit more popular. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> now, that is, hit them up and i was really, you know, i was young, and definitely don't know that i understood what those were all about. >> that is right. >> you like that. >> i like the beat. >> yes, i'm all about the beat. i'm kind of saying this is a tough one. but one hit wonders.
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>> yes. >> let's listen. this is fist pumping. >> yes. >> i don't know. >> you don't like electronic music. there is a good chance you heard that one. after this one hit, it took off a little bit. >> okay. >> tell me. >> so i was looking and as you look for them then you start to hear these songs. and then you are thinking about it in your head. >> yes. >> definitely. >> heard it all before, sunshine anderson. the justin, we have not heard it being so cold in so long. >> yes. >> go back to early june where we had temperatures this cool in philadelphia. poconos in the upper 30's. live look at big boulder right now. not a whole lot of change in the colors on the trees but that will quickly happen over the next few weeks. usually we will peak, mid-october time period up in the poconos. but for for fall color.
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warm afternoon and cool nights is what we have for next few days. we are lock into that typical weather pattern. morning, still temperatures in the the 40's. we will check with our weather watchers mid 40's, and some of the northwestern suburbs, west chester, right the now up to 53 degrees at steve johnson's house. fifty-three in levittown. fifty in nottingham. willow grove at 50 degrees. barbara lane's house. drive to lawrenceville, mid 50's, 49 in san towing a cherry hill jenny janssen checks in at 48 degrees. check out these low temperatures we have had this morning. blue bell jerry he had 46 degrees. forty-three, up in willow grove, there were some 30's, philadelphia a, mid 40's even at phil's house. got down to the 40's here. not record territory though. if you like, this morning you'll love tonight as well. we will be dealing with the same thing 40's and 50's, full sunshine today, we're seeing it at jersey shore, live look at margate right now. people walking on the beach, because you you know it is not a bad beach day, why not
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temperature right around 70, light wind, and comfortable out there. it will feel good in the sunshine, but as we head toward, october, that is where we will start to get a change. today practically perfect for late september, sunny skies, temperatures, dealing good, a and in the lower 07's for the warmest spot. low humidity. the wind on the light side, out of the north at 10 miles an her or less. october, right around the corner. now typically we will average 72 degrees on october 1st but then it drops down to 62 by the even of the month. that is where we will start get that fall chill in here during the month. it can snow in the month of october. last time we had it 011. october 29th, .3 of an inch. not saying it will happen this year. but it can. never say never. fall color peaks around philadelphia late october, same deal with the first frost. earlier for both for areas north of the city. but, it is all quiet here in the north east, mid-atlantic. we have a cold front over central u.s. we have some rain. that approaches us late monday night, tuesday, giving us some
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needed rain back in the forecast. poconos again, comfortable low 60's next few days, sunshine and cloud, and then tuesday we are at showers around, in the mountains especially during morning hours. here are rain chances, nothing to day or tomorrow, then we will go to tuesday, 8 percent chance for widespread showers and especially during the morning, we will dry out wednesday and then bring back 30 percent chance for a couple of scattered showers thursday afternoon, probably same deal on friday but our best shot will be first half of the day on tuesday. full sunshine on our future weather model, looks good for eagles game, entire event, tonight, no problems, and then tomorrow, we will start to see, the clouds from the west, here comes the showers overnight two or 3:00 a.m. they will arrive across the region. it will be around until morning hours on tuesday. high temperatures today, couple degrees below average. seventy-five where we should be. notice our highs upper 50's thort and west. poconos lower 60's, upper 60's for berks county and toward northampton, lehigh county. around the city, 72 degrees
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for this afternoon. at one point we will touch 70 along the shore and then temperatures drop with that breeze off the water. today pleasant 72 in the sunshine, for tonight, 54 degrees, mostly clear, 40's again in the suburbs, and nice rebound for tomorrow. backup to 74. watch out for shower chances on tuesday. wednesday our warmest day. 76 degrees and then scattered shower possible thursday and friday and nice weather for next week even, rahel, back over to you. right now 8:50. time to check on roads with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center, hi there ann. >> we have runners taking off for parkway run, that has ben franklin parkway shut down between logan square, art museum circle. run taking place from noon. and puerto rican day parade comes on ten to 3:00 p.m. parkway will be shut down with those two events along with spring garden street at top of the art museum circle and martin lieutenant are king drive between parkway and falls bridge. we have more runners, there you go. this is for another race, this
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is actually, happening, on delaware avenue global energy run, delaware avenue shut down between washington avenue and frankford avenue for the energy run and you can see those runners in this particular run. moving traffic cam to i-95 at broad, no delays or problems here. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans now rahel back to you. >> thanks, ann. cooler temperatures are a great reason to get on the road so why not head to the winery where man's best friend is also welcomed, or a century old mansion that really breaks the mold, and here's meisha johnson with this weeks dream drive. >> i'm heading to washington crossing but first a stop at a spectacular building. right now we are heading to doylestown to a cast that will i hear has some really, beautiful, moravian tiles throughout the entire castle. >> world renowned tile maker
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henry mercer built font hill castle as spectacular homes finished in 1912. heather hicks took me around. >> it was made entirely out of concrete, showcase for entire, the tiles he made as a tile maker and international tile collection. >> reporter: we're talking about how mercer had in blueprints. >> he started from the ground worked his way up and figured it out as he went along. >> reporter: heather, this view, it is pretty spectacular. turf say don't you feel like a princess up there. hello. what room are we in right now. >> we're in the saloon, a great example of not only mercer's style who you can see on the floors, fireplace and ceilings, but international tile collection. >> aim a reader so we have to go to the library. >> let's do it. >> we have close to 6,000 books in his collection. >> wow. >> this is a singular experience that attracts thousands of visitors every
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year. >> but this was a revolutionary building at its time. >> we're on your way to washington crossing and an award winning winery. >> in the only do they grow wines but i hear that the story behind the winery is fascinating. >> i met tom carroll of crossing vineyard and winery. >> the age is ten years old over a bowl of cheerios i told my parents i wanted to start a vineyard and winery when i was older. i had in the tried any wine. >> reporter: now he makes wine all year. >> thinks a favorite, customer favorite, port style chocolate cherry truffle wine, when you popped the cork you smell, truffles, check late right away, check late comes right out of the glass. that smells so good. >> can we turn camera off just a second. >> just kidding another customer favorite, the resident dog, iggy. >> she's just a wonderful digs to the team here.
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>> hi there. >> before you go here today you need get a selfie with the dog. >> yes, one, two, three. >> it is harvest time. tive to put to you work today. >> good. >> we have to taste the fruit because you are trying to determine, fit is ready to harvest. >> okay. >> i taste the peach. >> definitely. >> i taste sweetness. >> how did you know that the peach flavor. >> because would i never think would you get that flavor in the grape. >> just so happens this variety tend to yield those characteristics. >> yes. >> don't eat my grapes. >> they are in the good for her but she loves to eat. meisha johnson cbs-3 "eyewitness
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sixty's during most of the game. but tomorrow, a few more cloud return, mid 70's, watch out for some showers around overnight monday into tuesday morning, and wednesday our warmest day at 76. another shower chance possible thursday and friday but that is typical will late september temperatures low to mid 07's. >> all things considered not a bad forecast. >> not at all. that is "eyewitness news" for right now you we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs, sunday morning is next, have a great day. did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? i got your nose! i got your nose right here. i know that's your thumb, grandpa. talent! learn about it!
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